Month: May 2019

Tom Hanks Movie “BIOS” Finishes Filming in New Mexico

The New Mexico film production “Bios,” starring Tom Hanks, finished its final shots this week, according to New Mexico Film Office Director Todd Christensen…

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Devon Energy to Open Office in Southeastern New Mexico

Devon Energy will open an office in Hobbs, New Mexico to house 40 employees, becoming one of five offices in the Southeast New Mecico and West Texas area for the Oklahoma-based company.

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Mike Silva, Owner of Rude Boy Cookies

Rude Boy Cookies Opens Second Location in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Rude Boy Cookies’ new location in the El Vado Hotel held a grand opening on Saturday May 18th, 2019 to impressive turnout and community response.

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New Mexico State University Business Services

An NMSU Resource to Boost Small Businesses

New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering is uncovering cost-saving methods for small-business owners across the state.

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New Mexico

LA Times Road trip: Cross into New Mexico’s splendors

The LA Times recently took a road trip through northern New Mexico from Santa Fe to Taos and it’s safe to say they loved it.

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CBD Made in New Mexico: Rich Global Hemp (RGH) Coming to Mesilla

RGH announced today it’s launching growing operations for hemp and CBD extraction in Mesilla, where it plans to hire 180 people in the next 18 months.

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Nexus Brewery New Mexico

Nexus Celebrates Eight Years in Business With Off-Menu Specials

Nexus is now three locations strong, with its most recent Nexus Blue Smokehouse opening its doors in March.

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New Mexico Oil and Gas

Lea County Advances to Nation’s No. 2 County in Oil Production

Lea County, New Mexico was recently named the nation’s second highest oil producing county.

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Dev505 New Mexico

ABQ Software Startup to Expand Local Workforce, Open Coworking Space

Dev505, a Duke City software firm with a global presence, is adding to its local workforce.

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Intel Rio Rancho New Mexico

Intel to Add 300 Jobs at New Mexico Manufacturing Plant

Chipmaker Intel plans to add 300 jobs at its manufacturing plant in New Mexico in 2019.

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